Tamar Eluned Williams is an award-winning storyteller who tells stories in Welsh and English. She has worked nationally and internationally as a performer and workshop facilitator, creating storytelling shows for audiences of all ages, and working with schools, museums, festivals and theatres across the world. She is one half of the Greenbank Hags, who curate and produce STORYPUB, a creative practitioner for Arts Council Wales, and Engagement Coordinator for Beyond the Border International Storytelling Festival. She was awarded the national Young Storyteller of the Year Award in 2013 and the Gwobr Esyllt Harker Award by Beyond the Border in 2016.
Saturday 6pm – Gwenllian
Storytelling Experiment, Not Maid, Nor Widow, Nor Wife
Bringing together inspiration from the variety shows of the Victorian music halls and the performance of contemporary spoken word, interweaving storytelling and original song, Not Maid, Nor Widow, Nor Wife gives the lost women of the murder ballads a chance to tell their own stories.
Sunday 12 noon: Glyndŵr – Mamiaith Stories in Mother Tongues Family Tent
6pm: Story Round in Make & Share Outdoor Hut with Ceri Phillips (Cymraeg)
Sunday 7.30pm – Chill Out Story Space hosted by Crochan – Make and Share Outdoor Hut
Tamar will also be introducing each of the New Voices, and hosting Casglu discussion sessions, two projects she has spearheaded for Beyond the Border over the past twelve months.